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Posts by Google Books
You may be accustomed to cold coffee, but let's be clear: not all cold coffee is cold brew. We all knowiced coffee, hugely popular over the past decade and ..
Posts By Drips And Draughts
Posts By Berkeley Wellness
Cold brew coffee is all the rage at cafés. Learn how it differs from conventional iced coffee, and get tips for making your own cold brew at home.
Posts by UWISHUNO Philadelphia
Cold-brew coffee — not to be confused with the classic iced coffee — is coffee brewed by steeping grounds in cold water for an extended ...
Posts By Pacific San Diego
There is nothing that compares to that first sip of coffee when you're tired ... Wake up and enjoy a cold brew coffee to celebrate National Coffee ...
Posts By Quartz
It’s getting to be the season for iced coffee in the northern hemisphere, and there are a dizzying array of methods to prepare it.
Last summer marked the year that “cold brew” coffee—a method that steeps coffee grounds for many hours with cold or room temperature water—went mainstream. Cold brew, which has a smoother, less bitter taste, represented a radical improvement in summer-appropriate coffee.
But iced coffee lovers, there is a better way.
Posts by BevNET
PORTLAND, Ore. — Urban Farmer, located on the 8th floor of The Nines Hotel, celebrated the debut of Riff Cold Brewed Coffee on Monday evening with custom concocted cold brewed coffee cocktails and small bites. An estimated 100 special guests including family, friends, investors, distributor and account representatives, and collaborators were in attendance.
Jeff Brown, GM of Food & Beverage Operations for Sage Hospitality Group (owner/operator of Urban Farmer and Departure Restaurant + Lounge), took the honors of cutting the ceremonial red ribbon to introduce Riff’s inaugural tap handle.
“Our partnership with Riff allows us to create a rich coffee experience backed by a great story,” Brown said. “Their product integrity and creativity aligns with our vision of creating places for people to go to, and not go through.”